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Posted by  Zephyr on June 15, 2003 at 07:51:57:

In Reply to:  Re: Does anyone have advice about Grad School Programs ? posted by C. Windsor on June 14, 2003 at 03:15:21:

Hi, Windsor

Thank you for your enthusiastic reply. I was so moved by your words.

You make me more confident and enlighten me to realize that I have some culture advantages. But i am not sure if I can go through the transition from China to US, as u mentioned, such as different methodologies and ways of thinking...maybe i need a long time. :(

I am not really into the reasearch of those US universities. That's a lot of work, I think. But I do have some favourite universities in my mind, such as UCLA, USC, Univ. of Colombia, U Penn., UIUC...
And the city I like is the big city. I think there are more opportunities there and easy to find a job and practice vacancy. I really like to study in L.A. and study in UCLA.

But the finacial aid will be an important and main consideration. If a university in a small town give me full aid, I will probably accept that admission.

By the way, I heard it's very difficult for an applicant to M.Arch to get a full finacial aid. But Ph.D is easier to get that. Is that true?

Windsor, I'll appreciate you so much if u can collect some program info. and share it with me. And maybe we can apply for the same program. :)

Thanks again.

 
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